[Discoveries] are sent to you in strange ways. Grab them while you can. I'll take that as my scientific legacy.

Simon Berrow

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“How Do You Save a Shark You Know Nothing About?” TEDxDublin. Mar. 2010. Conference Presentation.

Source: "How Do You Save a Shark You Know Nothing About?" TEDxDublin. Mar. 2010. Conference Presentation. Additional Information: This quote by marine biologist Simon Berrow means that scientific discoveries are often made in unexpected ways. Specifically, Berrow is talking about scientific discoveries regarding the basking shark, which Berrow is dedicating to studying and preserving. The quote is from Berrow's 2012 TED Talk about this fascinating shark. Watch the full TED Talk here: Simon Berrow - How Do You Save a Shark You Know Nothing About?
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